The agent of Ghanaian striker Benjamin Tetteh has confirmed that his client has received one ‘serious’ offer from England which they’re considering.
Tetteh, 21, has scored nine goals in 22 appearances for Czech side Sparta Prague this season and has naturally gathered interest from around Europe.
Premier League trio Wolves, Everton and Bournemouth have all been credited with interest this month.
The Daily Mail recently claimed Wolves are considering an £11m bid for the 6ft 4ins former Black Satellites striker and that he has been compared in style to Chelsea legend Didier Drogba.
Turkish giants Galatasaray have also reportedly tabled a bid for the Ghanaian.
Wolves are looking for support to regular striker Raul Jimenez, with talk of Leo Bonatini moving on this window.
They have already tried to take Tammy Abraham from Aston Villa but the 21-year-old decided to remain in with the Championship outfit, at least in the short term.
Tetteh’s agent, Pavel Zika, told the Czech press (as reported by Sport Witness ) that bids have arrived from around the continent - including the Premier League.
“We’ve had offers for Tetteh from different teams in different countries but none of them were enough for Sparta,” he revealed.
“But I can say that we have one serious offer from England, and we are considering it.
“We have time until the end of the month. Let’s see what happens.”
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